SAVANNAH CAT ASSOCIATION
SAVANNAH CAT ASSOCIATION
The Breeders of Savannah Cat Association want the public to learn about Savannah Cats from honest breeders who are concerned about the health and welfare of every kitten we place in a home. We are dedicated to fighting for a cure for FIP quickly in the years to come. There is a cure that we need to help bring to the public so no more needless deaths happen to our pets.
Each of our members sign a Breeder Pledge. The pledge is our foundation and it helps each breeder to show just how dedicated they are to fair dealing with all people.
Meet the Teem that keeps Savannah Cat Association running on a day to day basis.
Lorre Smith-Lemire has been involved with Serval and Savannah cats since 1995. A breeder since 1992, the first breed chair for the SV cat breed and TICA Judge for 7 years, she has had abundant training in genetics, health and cat structure. Lorre wrote the first Savannah book in 2001 and issued a second edition in 2014. Her love for animals does not stop at cats. She lives on a farm in Tennessee with her husband, cats, horse, three dogs, not to mention all the squirrels and wild birds she feeds.
Crystal Lowe has loved animals her entire life and enjoys all sorts of them from the mountains region of SE Oklahoma. It wasn’t until 2014 that the magnificent Savannah breed caught her eye and a passion for breeding Savannahs was born. Since then she strives to produce beautiful, healthy, and well-socialized Savannahs, with the help of her wonderful husband and their 4 children. Crystal has also had experience with wildlife and has successfully completed the United States Zoological Keepers course. She has had training in handling, diets/feeding, emergency vet care, transportation, and emergency protocols of big cats & cubs, bears, and primates..
Stacee was born to a DNR (Fish & Wildlife) game warden. Growing up, she and her father raised and released hundreds of animals including black bear, bobcat, raccoon, owls, swans, fishers, beaver, and many, many whitetail fawns. But she was never allowed to have a cat, as her father had police dogs. The day she left for college, she stopped at the local animal shelter and adopted a cat that was with her for 18 years. She actually encountered the Savannah breed by answering a Craigslist scammer ad. Realizing it was a scam and after 6 months of research, she plugged into the SV breeding world. At first, it was with the goal of offering people a different exotic pet so that they would not purchase lions, tigers, and leopards to live in a tiny cage in their backyard. Now, years later, it is so much more. Now the goal is a well-socialized, healthy, family pet that will not only bring endless years of fun and joy to their adoptive parent, but will help the Savannah breed to be all it can be.
Julie Laney has loved animals her life.It wasn’t until 2014 that the majestic and naughty Savannah breed caught her eye and she decided to start breeding to help share the beauty and savandalism the breed brings.Julie lives at the base of beautiful Mount Rainier, and this beauty inspires her to raise beautiful, healthy, well-socialized and loving Savannahs.Julie runs her cattery with the help of her husband and 4 children. Julie is a huge advocate for the Savannah breed, and also enjoys showing her cats at TICA shoes.Julie has a heart for all animals and also shares her home with a pixie bob, a bengal, several rescue cats, a german shepherd, and chickens.